Being a massive fan of nude nails, I was always going to love the Bourjois Nude & Tattoos collection – the tattoos? Well, when I posted about Ciate cuticle tattoos there was a very clear division between love and loathe. There wasn’t really any middle ground. Personally, I very much like cuticle tattoos – I just think they’re a way of doing something different with your nail look.
So, the shades you see above are Peace & Mauve, a white based lilac shade, Indispens-able, a very milky coffee shade, and Tombee a Pink which reminds me of a milkier version of YSL Opulent Canelle. There are seven So Laque shades on their way in the Bourjois Nude & Tattoos collection – a line up of five of the shades is below but it’s not my best shot (I blame poor lighting but we all know really, it’s me being a bit useless ;-)).
What you also see in the picture is Bourjois Insta Dry Drops (with conditioners) which launches April/May time along with the Nail Polish Remover Hands & Feet and the So Laque Nudes.
If you remember, the Bourjois Magic Nail Polish remover has a stubby little sponge inside meaning you can get to your toes (and fingers) easily.
Prices are: Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover, £5.99, So Laque Nudes & Tattoos £5.99, Insta Dry £5.99.
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